Cuisine: Asian, International, South Asian
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20

Scott Hallsworth, the culinary legend behind Nobu, is back with a dazzling new restaurant in London’s West End.

With the menu centred around sharing plates, it’s only natural that the restaurant’s interior should reflect this community feel. The long tables create an informal atmosphere and a distinctly ‘market’ feel with groups of people mixing and matching different plates of delicious grub.

Specialising in sharing plates from all around Asia, Freak Scene captures the very best Asian flavours and gives them an unexpected twist. Loch Duart Salmon Sashimi Pizza? Yes, that’s on the menu along with other exquisite fish dishes and a range of plates that combine bold flavours guaranteed to get your taste buds tingling.

There is a small but carefully considered drinks menu, chosen especially to compliment your food. The majority of wines on offer originate from Australia, New Zealand or South Africa and there are perfectly blended cocktails to suit any taste. And what is a Japanese dish without Sake? With two on offer, it’s a full cultural experience at Freak Scene.

So, step into this slice of Asia in central London. You’d better like sharing your food!

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Freak Scene
54 Frith Street
Soho
London W1D 4SL

Open Hours:
Mon: Closed
Tue - Sat: 12pm till 11pm
Sun: 12pm till 10pm

Phone: 02077 346370
Website: www.freakscene.london

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Freak Scene
Location: Soho
Cuisine: Asian, International, South Asian
Mains: £10-£20

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Friendly and helpful staff, really enjoyed the atmosphere.
My partner and I were overheard discussing a side dish we were unsure of by a chef who promptly served us a complimentary taster and explained what the dish was, nice touch!

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